Capitol City Bird Society

PO Box 41221

Sacramento, CA 95841

Upcoming Events 

General info and announcements about CCBS activities  and other avian events.

Classified ads

Lovebirds for sale. Click on the link to see what's currently available on our classified ads page.

New Location for

Monthly Meetings


Sac County Sewer District aka

Old SMUD Building

5026 Don Julio Blvd.

New Start Time -- 7 p.m.



Near the intersection of Don Julio and Elkhorn Blvds.


Go to Monthly Meetings page

for Google Map link


New Features on the CCBS Website

Changes to the CCBS Home Page

  • Live feed from our Facebook page
  • Link to Good Bird Inc. Capitol City is now an affiliate of Good Bird Inc. If you order an item from Good Bird's online store by clicking on a link on capitolbird.org, Capitol City will receive a small commission. So shop and encourage your friends to shop.


  • New Section Added to Website and Articles On Bird Care Coming to The Feather Pages.


Let us know what you think of the additions: capitolbird@gmail.com

The Capitol City Bird Society is a nonprofit, charitable organization under Section 501.3(c) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. Donations are welcome. Contact the Capitol City Bird Society by sending an email to capitolbird@gmail.com.Or send a letter to our PO Box: CCBS, PO Box 41221, Sacramento, CA 95841.

The Wildlife Care Association of Sacramento rescues and rehabilitates birds, like this Great Horned Owl, that have been injured in the wild.

February Speaker

Debby DuVall, vice president,

Wildlife Care Association of Sacramento


Join us on Friday, February 27 at 7 p.m. for a presentation on the important work done by volunteers and staff at the Wildlife Care Association. Every year, concerned citizens as well as local, state and federal agencies bring more than 6,000 injured or sick animals to the Association for medical care.


Most of the animals are released into the wild after they have recovered or grown enough to fend for themselves. Some animals whose injuries would prevent them for surviving on their own are "adopted" by the Association. They become Ambassadors for the Association, such as, Athena, a female barn owl, which is blind in one eye.


The Association almost ran out of money in 2014. Generous donations by the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, the SPCA and the Sacramento Zoo made it possible for the Association to continue its work. But more donations and volunteers are needed.